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Windows NPS / Radius for iPhones only prompts for password.

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I have setup NPS / Radius to work with my wifi through a Cisco WLC and APs.  The AD joined laptops connect fine.

When I attempt to attach with an iPhone or iPad, I only get prompted for password, not username and password.
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by:Jakob Digranes
ID: 39665126
How do users authenticate to wireless? PEAP-MsChapV2 ?
Have you tried FORGET WIRELESS to delete settings on iPad/iPhone?
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by:PMVtech
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Server 2008

Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)

Edit Protected EAP Properties
With a CA certificate
Enable Fast Reconnect is checked
Disconnect Clients withough Cryptobinding is not checked
EAP Types: Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
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by:PMVtech
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Same issue with all iPads/iPhones and same when deleted the wireless.
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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In the ap is security set to wpa2-enterprise?
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by:PMVtech
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Layer 2 Security - 802.1x

801.1x Parameters - WEP 104 Bits
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Aaron Tomosky earned 500 total points
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Set it to wpa2 enterprise. That will prompt for username password.
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by:PMVtech
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My options are:
WPA+WPA2 (which I can't use)
802.1x
Static WEP
Static-WEP + 802.1x
CKIP
None + EAP Passthrough
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by:Jakob Digranes
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Why can't you use WPA+WPA2?
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by:PMVtech
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Hmm, ok I see.  I thought you had to use the WPA option.  I'll test it.  Thanks.
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